In a way… yeah. It feels like your hips is leading you to the plate. Then suddenly before your torso and arm gets ready to let go, your hips opens up (goes parallel to the wall). I wish I could show you a video of me doing it, but I don’t have a digital camera.
Basically this is how it happens. You get to the primary position. That is, you’re standing on one leg. Your hands are together, the leading leg is up and you’re looking at the plate. Your hips are also perpendicular to the plate(wall).
Then you go into secondary position. Hips and torso stay perpendicular to the plate. Arms are seperated. Now a lot happens at this position. There are two funcitons of the secondary position. The first function is when you keep you weight back (as in above the rubber) but start to move the plate. When you shift your weight from your back foot to your front foot (which is the second function), your throwing arm begins to move up. At this point, your hips would want to open up (at least for me). Right before you plant your foot, just let your hips go, and fire the ball.
I’ve broken it down, mechanically, but it really shouldn’t take much though to perform. What I can do is sketch a diagram (since I can draw) and scan it in and post it on this thread toinight. Anyways, my thinking is at primary position, I’m relatively relaxed. During secondary position, I’m gathering up enough energy by keeping my weight back while moving my hips forward (but keeping them closed). When I feel like its the right time to unload the ball, my hips automatically get to that final position. The hips first fly open, and then your torso follows. Kinda like a rubber band when you twist the half while holding the top. The bottom starts moving and then the top follows suit. It’s kinda like that. I’m not doing much help, am I.